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The Eagles beat the Tomahawks 17-10 to clinch the No. 2 seed in the Wesco 3A North.
Senior Trina Davis scored 4 goals and helped the Fijian National Team qualify for the OFC Nations Cup.
Marysville Pilchuck came out on top in the annual Berry Bowl, beating Marysville-Getchell 33-3.
The Tomahawks rush for 398 yards and claim a 33-3 win over the Chargers in the Berry Bowl.
Coming off a two-win season, the Tommies and their powerful rushing attack are ready to be a factor.
Lake Stevens hosts 3A power Lincoln, while MP and Arlington open league play with key matchups.
Arlington and Oak Harbor look to dethrone defending league champion Ferndale.
Trent Tingelstad, Zach Needham and Curtis Bafus were all named among the West Coast League’s best.
The outlooks for all seven teams in the conference.
Oregon State QB Jake Luton is competing to start again after a frightening hit ended his 2017 season.
Marysville Pilchuck’s Trina Davis is off to the South Pacific eyeing a spot in the 2019 FIFA World Cup.
Kyle Nobach, who won a national title with the Beavers in June, will be the Trojans’ associate head coach.
Mill Creek Little League players lended a hand to fellow athletes at nationals.
Oregon State outfielder Kyle Nobach persevered to be a key contributor for the national champions.
The Beavers beat Mississippi State 12-2
Jackson’s Iyanla Pennington is the 4A player of the year, and 5 other area athletes were 1st-team picks.
Former Marysville Pilchuck High School and EvCC star Kyle Nobach hit a pivotal homer for the Beavers.
Eight grapplers have qualified to represent Team Washington at this week’s competition in Spokane